Edible cars could solve a lot of the world's problems. We can't make space for more cars. They pile up in junkyards when we discard them. And there are many people going hungry.

Of course, if you ate your car, you'd have nothing to drive.

Today we (OK, Jason) wondered if anyone was going to eat a car. Arch Duke Maxyenko, The Great! thought the Velorex above "might be the most digestible," considering it's made of leather and is basically beef jerky anyway. I mean, it has to be more edible than a Slim Jim.

But then Maxaxle had an even bigger idea:

Actually, what if a car was intentionally designed to be digestible? For food-safety's sake, it would probably be powered by compressed air (to reduce the amount of horrific stuff involved in the engine and exhaust system).


Arch Duke Maxyenko, The Great!:

Coming soon from Taco Bell: The Doritos Locos Car! The body is made entirely from real Nacho Cheese Doritos with the interior made from fresh lettuce and tomato The car is steam powered by the boiling hot taco meat steam turning a Doritos Locos Turbine that is hooked up to the Crunch Wrap Supreme wheels via a 2 lb. Cheesy Potato Burrito.


A perfect idea for car-hating, poor Millennials: Taco Bell you can drive.

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